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Problem with Jacker

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by hell11, Oct 27, 2016.

  1. hell11

    hell11 Registered Member

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    i have a fanpage , and in my site i've installed jacker from ninja jacker i think
    but after i get 1-2k likes from my traffic jacker gets blocked by facebok and i cant get likes again for 1 week or more its like it freezes anyone have solution to this?
     
  2. withatwist

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    Slow down basically. You were going too fast. You may have to wait for FB to reinstate you and after they do, you may want to fall back from using the jacker script for a while.
     
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  3. shezboy

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    Hi, I am not sure which Like Jacker you are using but at that rate you are getting too many likes and will trip the wire at FB HQ who will place a restriction on your site that prevents your site from being able to register Likes for any FB pages.

    When this happens you MUST deactivate what ever Like Jacker you are using and after a week you should find that FB have removed the restriction from your site. If you continue Like Jacking at that rate then FB will either put the restriction back on your site or block your site/URL from being used with FB.

    Slow down :)
     
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    What if my traffic source is movable and I can kill that website & get traffic to come form another website. I re-install plugin there and start jacking likes again ?
     
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    If you mean my Like Jacker then, yes, that's exactly what you can do. Our licensing system allows you to deactivate the license of the plugin where you have it installed so you can then install and license the plugin on another site. If you have a 3 site license and already have the plugin installed on sites A, B & C but you want to stop using the plugin on site A you can simply deactivate the license on site A and then install and license the plugin on site D instead.

    You would then have the plugin installed on sites B, C & D which is the maximum number of sites that your license limit allows.

    Because this is how our license system works you can move the plugin between as many different sites as you want, when you want, as long as you don't try to install it on more 3 sites at any one time. (or however many sites your license allowance allows)

    I hope that makes sense :)

    Shez
     
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  6. withatwist

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    I think he's talking about the facebook block on him from like jacking and not the transferring of the script license to a new site. He got blocked on one site from likejacking to his fanpage and is trying to see if he can go to another site and start likejacking to his fanpage again. If I'm understanding this correctly.

    And if that's the case, the answer is no from personal experience.

    When the block is placed on you, it's not the site, it's the like button itself for the fanpage. You won't be able to install a like button for the fanpage in question on ANY site until the block is lifted. And since likejacking scripts are essentially installing invisible like buttons, even if you went to another site it won't work until block is lifted. You can create a new fanpage if you like in the interim and jack likes there until the main page gets block removed.

    To test things out, all you have to do is install a like box on your site for the fanpage and try to press the like button on it. You would get some type of error message or something if the block is still present.

    Otherwise, you may have a shot but based on what you'res saying, I still think you should slow down and maybe try some other methods in the meantime.
     
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    Makes total sense. Thanks for the response mate, cheers ! :)
     
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    Never had this issue.. Does FB punish pages for the likes ? That's weird. Let's screw an official website by like jacking on a porn site and then the original button on their site stops functioning.. weird.. Gotta look into this. :-/
     
  9. shezboy

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    From my own experience of Like Jacking and creating Like Jackers over the last 4 years I know that when FB detect too many likes coming from your website to a FB page they place 'sanctions' on the website from where the Like Jacking is happening. They place the 'confirm like' button on that site but because the like jacking is taking place behind the scenes the confirm like button isn't visible so it never gets clicked.

    If it doesn't get clicked then the likes never get confirmed and the Like Jacking is killed on that site. However, if you deactivate the Like Jacker on that site for around a week then FB simply remove the 'confirm like' button sanction from your site.

    The reason that FB won't place the block on you (which I assume you mean they place the block on your FB page) is because that creates the opportunity for Like Jacking to be used as a method to take out your competitors FB Pages. If you and I had similar FB pages and you were my competitor then I could get your FB page closed down by simply sending jacked likes from 100 of my sites to your one FB page.

    And it is that reason why FB take action against the website where the Like Jacking is taking place rather than against the FB page receiving the likes.

    Shez
     
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    If this were ever to happen it would be Negative SEO for Social Media..
    Google initially went down that route. Reneged on the punishments and then came back to never harming pages for external links pointing towards them. There are still ways for negative SEO..but they are very ineffective.
     
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  11. withatwist

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    I don't mean a block on the fanpage from getting likes. I mean the like button on a website such as a fanbox. I've had this happen to me where they blocked the like button that links to fanpage but not the fanpage. I was still able to get likes directly on FB and through FB ads but anywhere I put my fanbox, and someone try clicking on fanbox, it wouldn't work is all I'm saying.

    I hope that makes sense. That's why I said to test the fanbox to see if that works because in my case the fanbox didn't across multiple sites. The block was eventually lifted and I simply stopped likejacking altogether. But likejacking was a beast for me initially. I just got too scared because it was affecting my giveaways and stuff like that because the like button linking to my facebook page wasn't working even on giveaway widgets and stuff like that I was using to get likes.

    But I get your point about a competitor possibly shutting someone else's page down because of this so I don't know what happened in my case.
     
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    Edit: Responded to wrong thread, lol.
     
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    To be totally honest I am not sure how that would make sense. What I understand from what you said is that you did some Like Jacking in a site and FB placed a restriction on that site and from thereon when you placed a fanbox on any of your other sites, where you had NOT used Like Jacking, FB would give your site the 'confirm like' button.

    If FB did that then they would be punishing the FB page as that is the only way they can track where the fanbox is being used on different sites. This takes us back to what we were saying about FB won't punish FB pages as that opens up the ability for people to carry out negative social marketing against competitors.

    Could you clarify that, from your experience, FB added the confirm like button to sites where you placed your fanbox that you hadn't used with Like Jacking because you had been caught Like Jacking on your other site? (if that makes sense).

    Shez
     
  14. withatwist

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    It happened to me once but I got in the same predicament as OP. And I realized I was blocked because even the fanpage like box I had on site wouldn't work. When I clicked the like box like button, it just gave me a weird error message. There wasn't a confirm like button or anything like that. It was just an error message. I then reached out to FB support and a couple of users there told me that I'd have to simply wait it out.

    But what I did was take that like box and put it on another site and got the same error message. I immediately removed the lightbox from that site and just waited it out. I was still getting likes just not through the like box or the FB like jacking script.

    Granted, I didn't test things out too thoroughly. It's possible that maybe I did something wrong on both sites. But it's possible that I was rushing judgment and got scared they were going to ban me permanently from getting likes from my main site. At the time that this happened to me, I was running giveaways on my site and tried mixing the likes from jacking in with the likes I was getting naturally through the like boxes from the giveaways. I was getting a few hundred likes from giveawyas and up to a thousand likes from jacking. I was only jacking for 2-3 days before they blocked site. It happened really fast.

    I got scared and just stopped and waited things out. I wasn't too pressed to keep trying to likejack people so I stopped. I didn't even go back to check the second site again to see if like boxes worked after their initial blockage on second site.

    You're the expert at this an expert at this and everything you said makes sense and I am actually now inclined to possibly try likejacking again now that you've said all this and just like jack from another site instead of my main one. I'm tempted to build a site just for that purpose and funnel traffic to it. Then if that site gets blocked, just duplicate it, and move to new domain.
     
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    Just to clarify, I didn't like jack that long before FB caught me. Maybe a week tops. I got caught in same predicament as OP and just gave up and waited out the ban. So I'm not declaring myself to be a pro at this. Just that I had the same experience and situation as OP.
     
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    If you do this then I'd like to offer you some advice about using sites that have a newly registered domain or a certain .xyz extension.

    Due to people using the churn and burn method FB cracked down on newly registered domains that are used for FB 'marketing'. You will have a much easier time if you use domains that are more than a month old. Anything newer than this and FB will watch you very closely. If you don't have any spare, aged domains then head on over to the GD auction site and go to the closeout section where you can pick up expiring domains for a few bucks.

    What ever you do, avoid getting a .xyz domain as FB hates them. Again, they became a favourite of the FB spammer and due to that FB dislike them very much and you'll get nowhere by using them with FB.

    Just a heads up :)

    Shez
     
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    Thanks for that info! Right now I'm using MassPlanner and fan page invites. Getting about 150 targeted likes a day this way which I'm cool with but trying to scale up. Mix and match different techniques.
     
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    I forgot to ask you, do you know of anyone for example who has 10 different sites using the jacking script on all 10 sites to their main Fanpage?

    If so, I have an idea. I have some domains that I haven't used and may build a few quick sites and just let them sit for a couple of months and then funnel traffic to them.
     
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    Do you recommend a safe rate, like 1 an hour?
     
  20. shezboy

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    Hi, for a well-rounded answer to this and a breakdown of Like Jacking I'd recommend reading the post at our blog which covers this and many other aspects of Like Jacking http://webuildtools.com/blog/facebook/fb-like-jacking-101/

    Thanks, Shez
     
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